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"Port Isaac
"Port Isaac Padstow and Tintagel one-day luxury private guided tour from Cornwall""This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be collected from your hotel or other accomodation for the trip to North Cornwall in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. The tour is available to all but there are some steep hills to negotiate on foot particularly at Port Isaac. Some elements of the Tintagel tour may not be suitable for all as the castle is only accessible by a narrow high Bridge nevertheless there are many other sights to see.You will be collected from your hotel at an agreed time for the drive to Padstow. This bustling fishing port as a great choice of shops in its narrow streets a busy harbour where you can take a ride on a speedboat
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"Full-Day Guided Private Port Isaac
Port Isaac Padstow and Tintagel one day luxury private guided tour from Devon"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be collected from your hotel or other accommodation for the trip to North Cornwall in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. The tour is available to all but there are some steep hills to negotiate on foot particularly at Port Isaac. Some elements of the Tintagel tour may not be suitable for all as the castle is only accessible by a narrow high Bridge nevertheless there are many other sights to see. You will be collected from your hotel at an agreed time for the drive to Padstow. This bustling fishing port as a great choice of shops in its narrow streets a busy harbour where you can take a ride on a speedboat and great views of the estuary and beaches from the headland walk. Celebrity Chef Rick Stein has a number of restaurants in the town
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Spectacular West Cornwall Highlights Luxury Private Tour from Cornwall
"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be collected from your hotel or accommodation for the trip to West Cornwall in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. The tour is suitable for all but an ability to walk a few hundred meters from the car will enhance your experience.You will be collected from your hotel at an agreed time for the drive to St Michael's Mount your guide pointing out places of interest and telling some of the history and stories of Cornwall on the route. Admission is included in your tour price. This former monastery dates back to the 8th century and has been owned by the same family since 1650! The castle is spectacular and the sea views are some of the best in the UK.A delicious Cornish pastie may be your lunch of choice (not included) before you drive through Penzance to Land's End where there are great photo opportunities including the chance for your photo next to the famous signpost showing the distance to your home town. There are good views out to the Longships Lighthouse.You will then stop at Botallack en route. This
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Snorkelling, Kayaking and Freediving

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Lest We Forget

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Newquay Tourist Information Centre

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Towan Beach

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Newquay Harbour

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Tunnels through time and Buccaneer Bay

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Newquay boating lake

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Shark Watching

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Penhale Point west of Holywell

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Porth Joke

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